Hua Tai Hotel

Address: No.251 Weibuo Road, Guangrao County, Shandong, 257335, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.251 Weibuo Road, Guangrao County.
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      A little something about life so far

      A travel blog entry by wayneclough on Nov 19, 2014

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      Nothing could prepare me for what I would experience so far in China. Most people would think that the teaching aspect would be the most difficult to adapt to, but I have thoroughly enjoyed my time teaching in China so far. The students are great and love engaging with a foreigner for some it’s a bit of a frightening experience, seeing a foreigner for the first time. The most difficult adaptation I have made would have to be that of food. Chinese food as we know it back home ...

      Quick introduction

      A travel blog entry by wayneclough on Nov 19, 2014

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      ... scam artists that are preying on unsuspecting foreigners landing at the Beijing airport. These men claim to be legitimate taxi drivers and will eagerly grab your luggage off to their vehicle and once inside the vehicle will demand a ludicrous amount of money to take you to your destination. Luckily I was told before hand what a trip to the bus station would cost so I politely declined their offer and found one of many marked ...

      Afternoon Tea

      A travel blog entry by chelshee on May 25, 2011

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      When one thinks of China, there are many traditional things that the country is known for that immediately jump to mind. Things like the color red, qipao (旗袍: traditional silk dresses), and tea. So far on our trip we have seen an abundance of the color red (the Chinese symbol for happiness), and drank enough tea to last me a lifetime! When you go out to eat, especially to the nicer restaurants, tea is to the Chinese meal and ...

      The Home Stay

      A travel blog entry by chelshee on May 22, 2011

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      ... over the edge, mainly because the Internet is my main form of communication with my friends and family, plus this blog ^_^! The second was when we got back from climbing Mount Tai and I found out that I was expected to turn around and spend another hour or so in the car to go to my host family's house that evening.

      I know it seems like it's not that big of a deal, but I was pretty tired and wasn't expecting to leave until the ...

      Tourist Time

      A travel blog entry by chelshee on May 18, 2011

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      ... Museum was actually pretty neat, but the ceramics museum was so so. As a part of our program we have a guide from the university who speaks very good English. His name is Boru (though I'm not sure how to spell it) and he just graduated from high school in May. I'm very impressed every time he opens his mouth to speak English, because it's not everyday that you find someone with such a wide vocabulary in a second language. Boru will be ...